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KICU
Jan 21, 2013 4:00am PST
environment, financing will ultimately come his way in the new year. "i am looking forward to 2013, and i hope that all the money that has been sent to all the big banks trickles down to the people that want to buy a home for their family, somehow." mcauliffe adds that while mortgage rates have remained below 4% for some time, he sees them climbing higher throughout 2013. still to come: so crazy it just might work. we'll get some off-the-beaten- path ideas on the 2013 stock market later in traders unplugged. but first, why 2013 might be a good time to go abroad with your money. bill moller joins us for a preview of hot stocks, next. here's a question: how's your equity portfolio looking these days? a little anxious about making a move? well, we recently spoke to john blank, chief equity strategist at zacks investment research. he gave us a pretty good look ahead at 2013 and where the opportunities may lie. bulls or bears, who will be doing most of the running in 2013? > > in my camp, i am a bull, and i think we can get a 10% return out of next year. > very good. how about through the year
KICU
Jan 16, 2013 4:00am PST
environment and certainly the lack of big deals even though dell had an announcement a few days ago that organic growth - actually making money instead of kind of manufacturing money, so to speak - may be difficult here, given the fact that certainly goldman sachs is near a 52-week high and j.p. morgan not too far away. and the fact that they are employing a lot of leverage to hit their numbers gives me, as a trader, a lot of pause for concern here. > so what would be your trade here, or would you just stay away from the big banks for awhile? > > you know, i think we touched on it last week, given the run-up that we've had, i'm certainly fearful, and i'm buying some out-of-the-money puts on the option side here. from an investment standpoint i would absolutely wait for a pullback on any of these names given the run-up they've had here. goldman maybe about a $125 level, so looking for about a 10% pullback across the board. citigroup even a little bit more. j.p. morgan maybe a little bit less. they had some headwinds from the "whale tale" so to speak. > good to have you on the show. that i
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